Goldman Sachs courted the Malaysian state fund now at the heart of global embezzlement probes, earning high fees for selling its bonds. Investigators want to know if the bank had reason to suspect misuse of the money and thus should have reported any concerns to authorities; Goldman says it had no reason to know there might have been fraud.
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See how billions allegedly siphoned from 1MDB were spent across the world.
How a Malaysian Scandal Spread Across the World
Global investigators believe that billions of dollars were misappropriated from 1Malaysia Development Bhd., an economic-development fund set up by Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak in 2009.
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Instead a local court handed a prison sentence to an outspoken opposition politician who has done much to educate the public about the affair